Self Development

People Say They Want to Become Better Leaders…But Do They Really

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Are your people developing as quickly as they should?

Are you and your team willing to do what is necessary to “Be Better Than You Were Yesterday”?

Are you willing to invest your time into:
Building a Plan Of Action – create a path for yourself leading to your desires
Doing Deep Work – not just doing the day to day work
Building Your Reputation – become the go to person inside and outside of your organization

When things get busy, time for strategic thinking is almost always the first to go. “Planning sessions” seem amorphous, and the ROI is uncertain. But going for months or years without regular introspection can lead you down a professional path that you didn’t intend to be on. Instead, force yourself to make time for strategic reflection. `Harvard Business Review. (2016). Think Strategically About Your Career Development.

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Move Into Mastery: Learn Leadership Skills For a New Day!

You are the leader of your team. What should your focus be?  What role do you see yourself playing? What is your number one Job?

You must have a plan in place. A design for your success and your team’s success. Leaders will have a plan to help develop each member of their teams.

It’s significant to develop leadership skills in your employees for the growth of their careers and self-esteem. When your team is equipped with industry knowledge, they’ll be able to make informed decisions, guide their peers (and eventually those that they lead), and be better qualified for opportunities that come their way.

The leader’s goal is to explore new ideas, experiment, fail fast and tell stories of the future that inspire people. At the top of the list is your ability to motivate your team.  Motivate, motivate, motivate by example and words.

“The most important task of a leader is to create leaders.” To build up your people and teams and the fastest path possible is to share industry knowledge along with the expert knowledge they require to perform the real task.

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Federal Funding

 Federal Funding Sources

Early Reading First


Title I Part A (Improving Basic Programs)

Title I Part B (Reading First K–3)

Title II Part A (Improving Teacher Quality)

Title II Part D (Enhancing Education Through Technology)

Title III (Language Instruction for LEP Children and Immigrant Students)

Title IV Part B (21st Century Community Learning Centers)

Title VI Part B (Rural and Low Income School Program)

Title VII (Indian Education Grants to LEAs)

Title VIII (Impact Aid, Basic Support) Supplemental Educational Services


Guide to Leadership Development


  • Developing Self
    • Understanding job duties and roles
    • Handling job Responsibilities
    • Taking Responsibility for Personal Results
      • Developing Others
        • Communicate using different styles to match employee
        • Able to set expectations for team
        • Able to Coach and develop others on team
        • Handle professional conflicts
          • Demonstrate Team Leadership
            • Improving Work Processes
            • Showing Continuous Improvement
            • Create a written plan for continuous improvement
            • Demonstrate an understanding of the work process
            • Project Management Skills
            • Ability to quantify improvement
            • Understand Quality Control Systems
            • Understand and create Performance Management Systems
              • Leading the Business Environment
                • Lead with Vision and Direction
                • Creating a Stake Holder focused organization
                • Leading Transformational Change
                • Improving Organization Morale
                • System thinking and developing
                • Business Strategies development
                • Scenario Planing